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I am taking an existing segment of a vagina and modeling a robot character's torso around it (left). About to retopo this and I thought it would be fun to let /3/ discuss it. On the right is another pelvis I made a while ago.
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What I'm sort of thinking here. Does anyone else just hack their shit to bits then simplify after?
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Smooth shading to show problems
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Are you modelling some kind of cybernetic fuck bot
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>>553433

You're asking "how do I join two things together without creating a noticeable seam?" to which the answer is "matching number of vertices"

https://youtu.be/FfizwZArtIE?t=1231

First video I found on the subject, I'm sure there's better ways but that's the core concept
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>>553433
You really don't need to censor that here. We're all mature adults... I hope.
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>>553437
holy SHIT I am getting cancer just looking at this

what are you even doing
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>>555889
He´s doing a good model.
Of course, from your reaction, you have a solution on your model library?
Care to share?
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show us the pussy negro
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>>555969
alright I'll show you my crotch m8

your flow is completely fucked and you have like 10 poles for no reason

put the vagina within the red loop and straighten out the blue area
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>>553433
I wanna fuq em both, op.




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